Vodafone has confirmed that it will sell the new Nokia 3310 in the UK, with the handset “coming soon”.

While the network is happy to reveal it’ll offer the rebooted feature phone to customers, it didn’t provide a new 3310 release date or price – so we’re still in the dark as to when you’ll actually be able to get your hands on one.

Currently, the most recent 3310 release date rumors suggest the phone will go on sale before the end of April, but we’re still chasing Nokia for confirmation – and you might have to wait until May.

Low-cost feature phone fun

Nokia did confirm at launch that the new 3310 will cost €49, which works out at roughly £35 – although with taxes and the Brexit financial shift it may come in a little more expensive than that.

Carphone Warehouse will also be selling the 3310 – along with Nokia’s new Android fleet of devices – but again we’re still waiting on price and release date information.

Meanwhile, O2 has confirmed to TechRadar that it will not be offering the new Nokia 3310.

We’ve contacted EE and Three to see if they will also be stocking the Snake-toting handset, and will update this article once we get a response.

While we wait for the new Nokia 3310 release date and price, why not check out our side-by-side comparison video with the original 3310.


Source: techradar – Gadgets
New Nokia 3310 will be available from Vodafone and Carphone Warehouse ‘soon’